EFP (August 2017)
Invited talk in the symposium “What an interdisciplinary approach can tell us about the evolution of grasping and manipulation?” at the meeting of the European Federation for Primatology (EFP) in Straßsbourg.
Conference: EAVP (August 2017)
At the 15th annual meeting of the European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontology (EAVP) Böhmer et al. presented research on the form-function relationships in the musculoskeletal system: implications for the assessment of arboreal locomotion in fossils. Invited talk in the symposium “Ecomorphology & functional anatomy in vertebrate palaeontology”.
About 200 researcher attended this international conference. The presentations covered a wide range of topics in vertebrate palaeontology including systematics, morphology, evolutionary development, biostratigraphy, inter- and transdisciplinary research, methodology, fossil conservation.